Dr Dagmar Myslinska was recently asked to join the board of trustees of the Migrants’ Rights Network. MRN works with and for migrant communities, by engaging in various campaign and policy projects to effectuate a more just and equal society for all migrants. In addition to influencing stakeholders and effectuating structural change, MRN builds alliances with individuals and organisations so that migrants are adequately represented at all levels of society. Its dynamic approach relies on a plurality of methods in pursuit of real change, including strengthening and supporting migrant leadership and the capacity of the organisations that work with migrants; engaging in policy and advocacy projects; and pursuing collective action and legal approaches.
Dagmar is honoured to help guide this visionary NGO’s long-term strategy, contributing to the fight to secure for all migrants the rights to which they are entitled.
As a trustee, Dagmar will collaborate with other board members to help ensure that MRN is achieving its objectives while complying with its governing document and other legal requirements. She is honoured to help guide this visionary NGO’s long-term strategy, contributing to the fight to secure for all migrants the rights to which they are entitled.
Among other key activities in the area of immigration law and human rights, Dagmar is convening the Immigration Law module in Year of the LLB programme and our Immigration Law & Policy Clinic, while she also supports the activities of Goldsmiths Law students who are working for the University of London’s Refugee Law Clinic. These are important areas for our Law programme, in line with our close, activist engagement as a Law programme with human rights and social justice.